Signature Behavioral Health Behavior Analyst (BCBA required - Clinical Manager) Catonsville, MD · Full time

Full-time BCBA (Clinical Manager) role - Active BCBA credential required

Description

Are you a BCBA looking for a new opportunity to grow with a distinctive company that is focused on quality of service, cultural appreciation, client advocacy, team member potential, and relationship-building?


Are you looking for a place that cherishes and encourages each individual's uniqueness, where your ideas and input help influence positive changes?


At Signature Behavioral Health, we understand how important it is to cultivate our teams through support, exchange of ideas, and lifelong learning. Our dedication to each of our team member's career growth and readiness is what makes us a premier ABA service provider in Baltimore and surrounding areas.


We are currently seeking a passionate and inspiring Full-time Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to grow with our organization. A successful candidate fully comprehends and is in alignment with our core values (Sustainability, Integrity, Growth, Nurturance, Autonomy, Trust, Unity, Responsiveness, and Empowerment). In this role, you will serve as a trusted advisor for our driven team of clinicians through data-driven planning and collaboration, while working closely with our leadership team.


Benefits of working for our dynamic, family-centered organization::

  • Equity and Justice Leading Provider
  • Ethical Business Practices
  • Intentional Work-Life Balance
  • Quality Supervision Model
  • Consistent Staff Training
  • Supportive Workplace Culture
  • Promotional Opportunities
  • Wellness Support
  • Personal and Professional Growth
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Mental health counseling
  • Life coaching
  • Work/life resources
  • Medical advocacy
  • Legal/financial resources
  • Full benefits package for individuals working 30+ billable hours/week, including:
  • Health, dental & vision insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Paid holidays


BCBA Clinical Managers will:

  • Provide coaching, training, and field supervision for RBTs
  • Conduct performance evaluations of RBTs
  • Participate in the development of functionally relevant treatment plans, including skill acquisition programs and intervention methods
  • Train clients’ guardians and family members to implement ABA treatment programs
  • Maintain and complete data collection and treatment records
  • Analyze data to evaluate client progress toward treatment goals, and adjust treatment protocols as needed based upon data
  • Prepare updates on client goals and detailed notes about the progress of clients
  • Maintain positive working relationships with clients’ families and staff
  • Ensure direct billable hours are completed in accordance with medically necessary criteria
  • Perform functional behavioral assessments
  • Provide Clinical Director with weekly written updates
  • Maintain compliance with HIPAA requirements at all times


Requirements::

Education/Certifications:

  • Master’s degree or national equivalent with a major in psychology, special education, applied behavioral analysis, child development, or related field of study is preferred
  • Certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) as verified through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
  • Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • 2 years BCBA experience preferred


Knowledge of:

  • Behavioral intervention strategies
  • Learning theories and instructional methods
  • Ethics, laws and regulations of acceptable behavior interventions
  • Developmental processes of children, adolescents and adults
  • Technology, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and ABA software platforms
  • Trauma-informed treatment
  • Cultural humility
  • Compassionate and ethical treatment


Ability to: 

  • Objectively analyze crisis situations
  • Communicate effectively in both oral and written form with a diverse group of clients, parents/caregivers, school personnel, other outside professionals, and agency staff
  • Perform general clerical duties including maintaining accurate client records and preparing clear and concise records
  • Use a computer and behavioral software to prepare documents and maintain client records
  • Work independently and make decisions within the framework of established guidelines
  • Follow guidance from senior-level staff to enhance own professional development
  • Work with a diverse team of professionals and clients in a respectful manner
  • Travel to clients’ homes


Other requirements:

  • Successful completion of fingerprinting and criminal history background check
  • Satisfactory reference checks
  • Must test negative for tuberculosis
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs


**Pay commensurate with experience and objective interview criteria.

Salary

$80,000 - $94,000 per year